Africa Albida Tourism
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Africa Albida Tourism operates a portfolio of properties renowned for capturing the very essence of Africa in one of the region's most iconic destinations – Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
The group’s portfolio includes its flagship property Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, the premium 20-room Victoria Falls Safari Club, the spacious Victoria Falls Safari Suites, the family-friendly Lokuthula Lodges - Victoria Falls and the “must-do” Boma – Dinner & Drum Show, all located on the Victoria Falls Safari Lodge estate, just 4km from the Victoria Falls, the world’s largest waterfall.
The group opened the largest and first purpose-built spa in Victoria Falls in November 2022, placing the city on the map as a wellness destination. The Victoria Falls Safari Spa features manicure and pedicure stations, private relaxation rooms, a café, a hair and make-up studio as well as three outlying separate secluded treatment rooms (one double and two singles).
Africa Albida Tourism’s operations are characterised by an untiring quest for quality in every aspect of product delivery, and are underpinned by principles of utmost respect for the communities and environments in which it operates.
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Victoria Falls Anti-Poaching Unit
Charles Brightman, a local safari operator and award-winning conservationist, together with Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Africa Albida Tourism’s flagship property, established VFAPU in January 1999, in an effort to fight the alarming levels of poaching. Since then, VFAPU has worked in close co-operation with the National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, Victoria Falls City Council and the Zimbabwe Republic Police to achieve many successes.
Having started off with 3 scouts, the unit has grown in strength and now has 16 full-time scouts actively patrolling an area of approximately fifty square kilometres surrounding Victoria Falls. Patrols operate seven days a week, day and night.
Education is key in the fight against poaching, and VFAPU and its partners conduct several community outreach programmes to increase awareness on the need to conserve the environment for future generations.
VFAPU’s scouts have to date arrested over 900 hardened poachers, removed more than 23,000 wire snares from their area of patrol and rescued over 300 mammals injured by snares.